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Antidepressants Linked to Bone Loss Those looking to get rid of stress and depression, take note... according to researchers from the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, the class of antidepressants known as selective serotoni ...
Jul 30 2007 3:15pm
Anti-depressants, Side-Effects, and Alternatives Side effects associated with synthetic antidepressants range from aggravating ones, such as constipation and cotton mouth, to more serious problems such as impotence, irregular heart rhythm, and extr ...
Aug 27 2007 5:39am
Thanks for sharing, http://www.anti-depressants-drugs.com more
Sep 11 2009 2:58am
Just started taking Savella... Has anyone tried this or Cymbalta, the other SNRI (Serotonin and Norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor) on the market?  Good/bad/indifferent results?  I'm only halfway through my titration, so it'll still ...
Aug 30 2009 8:21pm
I'm so happy to find others dealing with the effects of medications. I have had chronic ba ... more
Apr 19 2012 1:15pm
Tips for selecting the right pair of running Shoes Running is a great activity that requires hardly any equipment. But a good pair of shoes sure goes a long way to help you enjoy your run. Here are a few tips to help you select the right pair of r ...
Sep 14 2007 5:07am
Selecting the Perfect Fish I want to eat more fish but back off when it comes to choosing the best piece and taking it home to cook it. I know how to cook salmon because my mom taught me as I looked over her shoulder and ...
Sep 25 2007 9:33pm
Major Depressive Disorder I am a person, a unique complex individual. My diagnosis does not define who I am. It only describes some of the things that I experience. Major depressive disorder is one way to describe how I feel ...
Aug 23 2008 12:33pm
Thank you jackie.  I really appreciate your comment. more
Jan 12 2010 8:04am
Genes plus parenting may promote shyness, anxiety A mother whose child has a naturally fearful temperament may act less nurturing toward the child, triggering a vicious cycle of behavior that reinforces the child's fearfulness and shyness, researcher ...
Mar 20 2007 1:20pm
Get Well Soon: Herbal Healing R-V Rosemary: Fights exhaustion, jet lag, and weakness. Balances female hormones and contains over 12 antioxidants. Good for mild depression. St. John's Wort: Sedative and pain-reducer that boost ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Top Five Healthy Holiday Foods As much as I would like to, we can't call pumpkin pie a health food, but the pumpkin itself is packed with nutrients. The colorful squash fruit is low in calories, rich in vitamin A and contains mucho ...
Jun 04 2007 5:04pm
Instant Energy! Of all the things we'd like more of time, sleep, another finger-scoop of cake icing energy is at the top of most of our lists. For almost all of us, energy levels swirl down the day's drain as more ho ...
Mar 12 2007 10:41am